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. >> reporter: take a look at lincoln financial field in philadelphia where the eagles/lions game was played in heavy snow. >> this is wild. >> reporter: creating a whiteout conditions that hid the gridiron from view. while football fans choose to tough it out today, officials are asking people to stay off the roads for the next few days during one of virginia officials say could be an historic ice event. freezing rain will continue to be an issue. at least until sunrise tomorrow morning west of washington. meanwhile around new york city, an inch or two of wet snow. by monday morning's rush hour, temperature climb to about 40. lester? >> thanks. >>> we're back in a moment with nelson mandela's impact on young people in america. michelle. and we own the paper cottage. it's a stationery and gifts store. anything we purchase for the paper cottage goes on our ink card. so you can manage your business expenses and access them online instantly with the game changing app from ink. we didn't get into business to spend time managing receipts, that's why we have ink. we like being in business because
from batching the eagles beat the loings - look at the snow. and a pile-up of 30 wars in wisconsin. rebecca stevenson has more. >> philadelphia international airport reported 8.6 inches of snow. it looked like more in the game against philadelphia and destroyed. a lot of snow heads to the north. it will continue to get snow off and on around the lakes. slowly and surely the snow is coming overnight and will switch over to rain. it first it has to be freezing rain and sleet. there'll be slushy slippery roadways outside. friday through sunday we've had impressive ice accumulations. we had them all the way down to louisiana. north carolina you had many inches. if you hear cracking in the trees - if you've had an ice storm or had accumulations, you very likely have a tree or limb. we've had power outages being a large problem. here is the good news, today we'll see the icy conditions wrapping up. there's warmer air coming in, so it will shift to rain which will taper off through the day for the coastline. snow will push up into canada. low textures cold for the west and we'll warm clos
shops. >> live streaming legal eagles the precedings will he loves me. he loves me not. he loves me. he loves me not. ♪ he loves me! that's right. [ mom ] warm and flaky in 15, everyone loves pillsbury grands! [ girl ] make dinner pop! [ female announcer ] holiday cookies are a big job. everything has to be just right. perfection is in the details. ♪ pillsbury cookie dough. make the holidays pop! prove it. enough is enough. d-con baits are specially formulated to kill in one feeding. guaranteed. d-con. get out. >>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> good monday morning. it is chilly at 5:00. thanks for joining us. >> how chilly is it? that is not the start to a joke. mike? >> are you on match game or something? >> sorry. that is dating. we have a freeze warning for all of the bay area but for san francisco, and sacramento has a hard freeze warning with temperatures below 27 for several hours. we will have temperatures sub-freezing through 9:00 through the entire commute which will be chilly. from the tower you can see the air is clear. unfortunately, it is s
and sliding. >> reporter: the eagles and lions played sunday football in near whiteout conditions. firefighters say black ice caused two dozen cars to pile up just outside of new york city. at least 44 people were taken to the hospital. here in the washington, d.c. metro area, the storm has become mostly rain, but if it gets any colder, freezing rain could start falling, and that would make for more treacherous driving conditions. the storm is part of a system pummeling much of the nation. it canceled more than 2400 flights sunday, and is causing more delays and cancelations for monday morning travelers. new york, boston, and big cities farther north are preparing for bad weather that could disrupt the morning commute. >>> the harsh weather is also causing shipping delays smack in the middle of the holiday shopping season. the dangerous driving conditions prompted wal-mart to send goods out to stores ahead of the storm. amazon and fedex are notifying customers that packages may arrive a day late. >>> the deputy who shot a 13- year-old boy in san -- santa rosa is back at work toda
the supremacy of the market. the theory that trickle down helps the pork is an illusion the only eagle day two of the day on the cbd that that's it the conference has emphasized that its yep it's that sound won't need is to help hold his lead by example sending extravagance focusing attention on sensitive to the likes of mike with us. and to reach the government unveiled its independence from on tuesday i made to pay for investment in next year's referendum his office an optional toppings that the country would have full control of the toxins on north sea oil revenues. but keep the pounds and retained the queen as head of state. scotland and england considered politically union in seventeen eighty seven holes cut he said. it's all about independence with a good diet eat during economic consequences and seven ties and bread early hours of wednesday to political leaders emerge from coalition talks to announce the reached a deal to govern the country for the next four
for a wildcard spot couldn't get it done in philly, eagles quarterback nicaragua fold three touchdown passes two to former stanford tight end and get this, vickie, 19 touchdowns, zero interceptions this year, highest rated quarterback in the nfl, eagles win 24-21. another 400-yard, five touchdown day for peyton manning and the broncos beat the chiefs to take control of the afc west, look at broncos running back, very emotional during the national anthem. tears just streaming down his face. peyton manning exploited the chiefs weakness which was obviously covering this guy, eric decker who caught four of mannings five touchdown. he now has 41 touchdowns this year with four games to go. broncos up seven, two minutes to go, chiefs a chance of tying, no. alex smith falls incomplete. 35-28 broncos win and manning goes over the 4000-yard passing mark for an nfl record 13th time. let's roll the war yes, sirs here. clay thompson had a career high 18 pointers and they need every one of them but curry was pretty good too. the steal, jump shot with 36 points and 10 assists, five three pointers and here is t
to make plays. >> cardinals looking to keep pace. working for the eagles and six yards to zach hurst. foles' three td passes and no picks and 34-21 eagles. cards fall to 7-5. vikings able to avoid a second straight tie. the game winning 39-yard field goal inover time to beat the -- in john time to beat -- inover time to beat the bears. his 47 yarder and he pushes it wide right. minnesota has new life. 34 yards and the sequel is better than the original. vikings win in 23-20. the second meeting in three weeks between the chiefs and broncos. alex smith 12 yards poo passano >> alex smith 12 yards to pasanno. four to eric decker. 35-2 aidan veer and they take over first place in the afc west at 10-2. and the redskins looking to avenge their monday night loss against the giants. washington had a 14-0 lead. super bowl champ eli manning throws for 235 yards and this td. the former raider meyers. geno smith completed five passes and one to the dolphins. the jets' quarterback was pulled with a passer rating of 8.3. ryan tannehill throws for 331 and two scores and 28 yards to mike wallace. 23-
for the eagles and six yards to zach hurst. td passesfo picks and 34-21 eagles. cards fall to 7-5. vikings able to avoid a second straight tie. the game winning 39-yard field goal inover time to beat the -- in john time to beat -- inover time to beat the bears. his 47 yarder and he pushes it wide right. minnesota has new life. 34 yards and the sequel is better than the original. vikings win in 23-20. the second meeting in three weeks between the chiefs and broncos. alex smith 12 yards poo passano >> alex smith 12 yards to pasanno. four to eric decker. 35-2 they and they take over first place in the afc west at 10-2. and the redskins looking to avenge their monday night loss against the giants. washington had a 14-0 lead. super bowl champ eli manning throws for 235 yards and this td. the former raider meyers. geno smith completed five passes and one to the dolphins. the jets' quarterback was pulled with a passer rating of 8.3. ryan tannehill throws for 331 and two scores and 28 yards to mike wallace. 23-3 and dolphins are 6-6 and new york has lost three straight and fall to 5-7. bills and falcon
two, 38 years ago today. which would lead me to mention nothing in the world other than war eagle. wow. and, does ohio state deserve to be there? i know, buckeye fans. war eagles. >> welcome everybody. we're waiting on word from the ntsb holding a press conference on the deadly train derailment in new york yesterday that claimed at least four passengers. when we get details on it, we'll pass them along to you. it will be streaming uninterrupted online, on foxnews.com. >>> they shopped, but spending still dropped. welcome everybody, i'm neil cavuto. and you know, maybe they just call it sigh-ber monday because they weren't setting records on thursday, friday, saturday, sunday, never mind americans came out in droves of the holiday weekend. 45 million alone on thanksgiving
nothing in the world other than war eagle. wow. and, does ohio state deserve to be there? i know, buckeye fans. war eagles. >> welcome everybody. we're waiting on word from the ntsb holding a press conference on the deadly train derailment in new york yesterday that claimed at least four passengers. when we get details on it, we'll pass them along to you. it will be streaming uninterrupted online, on foxnews.com. >>> they shopped, but spending still dropped. welcome everybody, i'm neil cavuto. and you know, maybe they just call it sigh-ber monday because they weren't setting records on thursday, friday, saturday, sunday, never mind americans came out in droves of the holiday weekend. 45 million alone on thanksgiving day. another 92 million hitting the stories and malls on black friday. all of them lured in by a program -- promise of discounts. but the spending was a turnover, dropping by 3% from a year ago, the first time that happened for seven years, but the season is still young. diane is in the streets of new york. >> earlier in the week -- last week, analysts say the lousy
it was stolen by a bird. the sea eagle carried the camera about 70 miles before dropping it then watch this. even posed for a selfy there. hello. camera was originally set up to record crocodiles. ranger plan to bolt down the camera from now on. maybe the sea eagle getting into social media. needs a camera. >> well in new york. advocate group asking a judge to have a chimp declared a legal person. tommy 26 years old the non-human rights project says he's living in small dark cement cage in upstate new yor york. the group says that based on law science and history tommy has all the rights of habeas corpus and therefore deserves to be brought before a judge and released. tommy is owned by a couple in the small town of glovrsville so farther not commenting. monkey see monkey sue. >> another half hour of 7 news at 9:00 moments away. >> really close with my frep. i'm devastated. comes in wave waves. >> actor paul walker father talks about his son impact on others. as investigators look into the fiery crash that killed the actor and his frien friend. >> also niners qb kaepernick muscle
: dallas, texas booyah to you. >> well, you've got to be better than vince young who was for the eagles. >> caller: absolutely. a question about canadian solar. i was wondering about the solar market right now with it being a little oversupplied. >> we're in solar, but we are in first solar. first solar broke out today. holy cow, we had management on last week. i think that they're really terrific. let's not fool around with the canadian version. let's go with the first version, first solar. first solar. what's white and red and heating up? o canada. you need to be in on the action. we need to see who makes the canadian playoffs after we look at the quarters. that's how we play them. don't move. lightning round is next. >> announcer: lightning round is sponsored by td ameritrade. >> it is time. it is time for the lightning round. you say the name of the stock. i don't know the calls or the name of the stock ahead of time. i tell you whether to buy or sell. when you hear this sound -- [ buzzer ] -- then the lightning round is over. are you ready, skee-daddy? start with sebastian in flori
today that it will allow three energy companies to kill or injure bald and golden eagles for up to 30 years without penalty. it is called taking in the law. the change was requested by the wind energy industry whose wind farms are responsible for killing lots of thousands of birds every year, including, unfortunately, many of these eagles. and it is -- anyway, it is a terrible thing. turning now to our failing correctional system, our next guest to is here, i think, two weeks ago when we for started talking to about a system of justice that is mocking the very idea of just in proportion of punishment. your content -- here to continue our conversation about what has happened to the fundamental credo of let the punishment fit the crime is a professor of criminal law at the new york law school and the author of the important book, the death the punishment. good to have you back with us. >> thank you. lou: you have spent how many hours, days. i mean, it is incredible. and to see that some of the facilities that are available to our prisoners, if we could start to see some of the video, th
, slushy airports and then this. take a look, eagles and lions fans in what they say are blizzard like conditions cheering on their favorite team. now one woman even tweeted me saying she bought tickets for her husband and that, well, it was for his birthday and he is out there sending her photos of the snowy mess. if you're curious, eagles did better on the snow winning the game 34-20. but conditions on roadways can get very dangerous. very slick out there. this picture tweeted out by dan amos. of a 30-car pileup in milwaukee, wisconsin. a reminder for you folks, stay home if you can. take a lock at low visibility in eugene oregon. this photo is from i-reporter steve gladder. temperature there he says, negative 10 degrees. thank you so much for sending your pictures and comments on twitter. that of course is @rosaflores. >> at least people have a sense of humor and we appreciate that here at cnn. thanks so much, rosa. >> let's talk politics. and the so-called do nothing congress. house and senate are scheduled to leave town soon. they will rap wrap it up and call it a year. we are tal
. >>> incredible video out of australia of a sea eagle 70- mile flight. at one point the bird looks directly into the lens. hello. park rangers left the camera along the banks of the margaret river. they were shocked to learn this was stolen by an eagle and abandoned 70 miles away. >> here's looking at you. >> pretty funny. >> yes. >>> nothing funny about the commute in san mateo. sal, we got a major mess right now. >> yes, we do. as a matter of fact, this mess is on el camino real southbound right near highway 92. traffic is being diverted right now off el camino real in the area. and the freeway traffic above is also a little bit slow because people cannot get off on highway -- on the el camino real, the certain exits here. you can see traffic on the freeway is slowing down. now, northbound traffic is getting through. but as we see, traffic is being kind of funneled down as you approach the 92 exit. this is because of a fatal crash involving a pedestrian and a car and a lot of san mateo police are on the scene along with the county coroner doing the investigation right now. let's take a lo
the philadelphia eagles from defeating the detroit lions with the help of some crews on the field to clear things up. the weather has been blamed for more than 3,700 canceled flights, talk about frustration b 1,100 flights planned for today. ed lavandera is at dallas-ft. worth international airport where it has been a frustrating couple days and hundreds of traveler, ed, spent the night. >> reporter: yes, there have been enough people sleeping here in the terminals of dfw international airport to populate a small texas town. 4,000 people friday night, that was down to 650 last night, and they're hoping, they're hoping that things start turning around today. >> this is day four, dallas-ft. worth international airport. times are getting desperate. >> reporter: growing frustrations for thousands of passengers after being stranded at the dallas-ft. worth international airport since friday. james archibald of canada is one of them. >> i just don't understand why they can't get the ice off the runway. i'm from canada. we've got four, five feet of snow on the runway, boom, plows go by. i know it's for o
at the eagles game in philly yesterday. whiteout conditions making it tough for players to play, fans to watch. look at that! die-hard eagles fans though, they toughed it out at the linc covered with ice and snow. that is a real fan. it was worth it at the end. eagles, slipping and sliding with a 30-24 victory over the lions, bill. their fifth trait. bill: you can send us throughout the program twitter pictures if you look @billhemmer, @marthamaccallum. she is out today. could be at -- >> heather childers. bill: we'll look at the pictures. >> that game was unreal. i don't know how you play in those conditions. if it was my team i would stay too. so. more and more people finally getting on the obamacare website, another story we're following to sign up for health care there are new reports of what awaits them. new reports people will have to pay thousands of dollars out of their own pocket before their insurance even kicks in. according to "the wall street journal" average deductible for an individual was $3600. under obama care care's bronze plan that soars to over $5,000. that is 42% increase
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in the background as the eagles and lions combined for eight touchdowns, but there was only one extra point attempt because kicking was impossible, with about eight inches of snow on the ground. the eagles were victorious. for all the snow yesterday, it's the boys of summer on everyone's mind today, specifically three men whose resumes are as long as july is hot. joe torre, bobby cox and tony la russ russa will be ensliehrined in t hall of fame. they led their teams to 17 pennants and eight world series titles. torre won four of those championships with the new york yankees, including three straight from '98 through 2000. larussa won nearly as many games as he made calls to the bull pen, finishing his career third on the all time wins list. while cox only claims a single championship banner, he skippered the braves to 14 straight post season appearances. >>> the pop culture lead now. given the kind of weather most of us suffered through this weekend, it's no wonder a movie named "frozen" took top spot at the box office, hauling in more than $31 million in its second weekend. that was enough to deth
american eagle outfitters out before the bell. alan greenspan will speak. he called it a bubble. bitcoin made aon splash. next year'sraw for soccer world cup will take place in brazil. it will determine the competition at the tournament. this is a big deal. >> that is more foreign than the jobs report, actually. >> state tuned. current, commodities, stocks, bonds -- we're nearing 1800 and the futures. yields go out. the dollar is stronger, con founding germany. they won a weaker euro and they do not get it. -- this is aond big deal. underer chinese currency, is at australian dollar .91. we scoured the papers. so much is going on this morning. all of it is centered on the passing of nelson mandela. >> he is the front page story. today is job stay. the results of the survey say that payrolls have increased in the month of november. >> the feeling is like this? >> it will probably declined to a low. the assessments have been upgraded. and financial capital rights this warning that bond investors are ratcheting up their payroll expectations above 200,000. the investor feeling within the bond
more than 1100 flights to be cancelled just today. yesterday's lions/eagles game, did you see, this turned into a complete whiteout. nearly 8 inches of snow blanketed the field in the second half. the weather channel's mike seidel has been following this storm and is now in leesburg, virginia. what's the forecast here? looks like fun where you are. >> reporter: oh, it's a lot of fun. ice and snow. yesterday we had 4 inches of snow, then we had the ice overnight so you wake up this morning to this. this is always fun to do, scrape the ice and have it pelt you. but good news. by the way, the roads are in great shape. we've got asphalt here, black asphalt. what they did is they treated them and now temperatures, chris, have gone up to 33 out here at dulles airport. reagan went above freezing last night before midnight so within the capital beltway it was a better situation. but overnight we picked up a lot of ice on top of the snow and it comes right off like this like a pancake. you can see almost an inch of ice. it's collected on the trees. now it's beginning to melt but the tr
the game 24-17. >>> the eagles held off the cardinals. they are now second in the nfc east beating arizona 24-21. and in the vikings-bears game, minnesota rookie paterson after an unstoppable rushing touchdown celebrates with an official high fiving the guy. the vikings win in overtime 23-20. in the second meeting, broncos pulled out a close win over the chiefs. in the game, nile davis with this explosive 108-yard touchdown run after the kickoff starting in the sec quarter. broncos win 35-28. denver leads the afc west. >>> and the patriots leading the afc east squeaked a win over the texans. the game was tied 31-31 in the fourth. they nailed the field goal for the win. 34-31. all right, you member him. he was called at the bills afalcons game eating wingsment he also posed with a fan. but one fan tweeted that ford stole his seat. what? don't worry about it though, he got that seat back. the bills, they lost 34-31. >>> on to the miracle iron bowl finish, that stunned alabama. tied 28-28 with seconds left in the game. alabama feield goal attempt and the kicker saves it. look at that look on
to watch crocodiles in australia. yeah, look at that. the sea eagle carried the camera nearly 70 miles. just flew off with it across the country's remote landscape. you can see the wings flapping around there. the bird eventually set that camera down and then kind of pokes at it. i guess wondering what it was. it's kind of cool. so clear too. wildlife rangers set up the motion-censored camera along the river back in may, but it disappeared soon after. so i don't know how they eventually found it to record it. maybe it had like a beacon on it. beacon. pun intended, kind of. >> very good. he's disappointed that thing isn't food, isn't he? >> no kidding. it's not what i thought. thanks so much for joining us this morning. our next newscast is coming up tonight at 5:00. you can also get the latest investigation all day long at nbcbayarea.com. have a great day. on the subject "why i love tgs?" please tell me it's not-- - the annual tgs viewer walk-on contest. it's great promotion, lemon. we found that if someone is actually on nbc, they're 4% more likely to watch it. - really? we're doin
the camera and here is a look at the flight over australia. >> that is terrific. if you see that sea eagle call the authorities. >> you have been busted. >>> you never get a second chance to make a first impression. it is terrible. there will be wonners no questions about. that but there will be millions of losers. too. >> that's the oklahoma republican john coal to say it is too late for obama care to make a good impression. and here is ja mu green that is a fox news contributor. >> thank you, alisyn. and thank you la rss, can you make a good second impression? >> i don't think so. >> i don't think so. everyone will remember the crash and burn of the website. the biggest problem as we did forward in the new year people will fine sticker shock. they don't have money to buy the new plan and go bare. and some people are going to get sick and die with serious illness and next fall as we head to the 2014 elections, a lot of people who got grandfathered will get cancelled again and get sticker shock right before the elections and people in small businesses will be cancelled out. and the employe
selfie. an eagle snatched a video camera that scientists set up to record crocodiles in australia, capturing its own wings flapping, what a give away and later its own curious face. scientists say next time they plan to bolt the camera down. >>> the rare gold up for auction tonight, one of the gold medals jesse owens won in the olympics. he shattered a record, issues a challenge against racial bigotry. finishing in the games in nazi germany. this is the medal he gave to his friend, bill bow jangles robinson. there on your left there with owens. the whereabouts of the other three gold medals are unknown. >>> it's the yearly tradition, the song about the 12 days of christmas. this year the total would be $27,393. nine ladies dancing are charging 20% more this year. ten lords of leaping can be a bargain. 8 maids a milking, exactly the same price. in? the federal minimum wage is still $7.27 an hour. >>> next tonight, the perfect play, a moment of victory everyone is still talking about it. look at it. is this the greatest last second touchdown ever? play of the week when we get back.
in the camp in bangkok eagles supporters to fly to the finish and bring down the gospel and administer you look a lot who won a confidence motion in harlem last week says there is no question of her resignation between protesters and riot police dragged on into the evening. demonstrators pressing their demand that prime minister again looks to watch step down. security forces used tear gas and water cannon to keep crowds at bay. protesters keep trying to storm the buildings including government headquarters. undeterred by concrete barriers and barbed wire. on monday police began shooting at protesters using rubber bullets at least two people were reported hospitalized. after days of escalation as the government has also issued an arrest warrant for sixty forty rule protest leaders attempt to bond on charges of insurrection. that is punishable with life in prison or death. that came after she said tuesday was the deadline for the prime minister to resign. in its day getting to know what listens to people and consents to returning. then on we will treat you to know what's going to stay becau
" tonight. a bird takes an incriminating selfie. a sea eagle snatched a video camera that scientists had set up to record crocodiles in australia, capturing its own wings flapping -- what a give away -- and later its own curious face. scientists say next time they plan to bolt the camera down. >>> the rare gold up for auction tonight, one of the gold medals jesse owens won in the olympics. he shattered a record, issued a challenge against racial bigotry. finishing first in four events at the games in nazi germany. this is the medal he gave to his friend, bill "bojangles" robinson. that's robinson on your left there with owens. the whereabouts of the other three gold medals are unknown. >>> it's our here, our tradition, the classic carol about the 12 days of christmas. this year the total for those gifts would be $27,393. that's up nearly 8%. why? labor costs. nine ladies dancing are charging 20% more this year. ten lords-a-leaping can be a bargain. eight maids-a-milking, exactly the same price. why? the federal minimum wage is still $7.27 an hour. >>> next tonight, the perfect play, a moment
anomalies have been resolved. >> this is pretty cool a bald eagle killed a video camera and then takes it on a 70 mile journey. you can see look at that the bird's wings flapping as it flies off with the loot. later the siege el is seen posing for a selfy and poking at the camera lens. life rangers set up the camera to report crocodile dials they say from now on the cameras will be bolted down. that's the best selfy i have ever seen. >> time for the first degree weather update with maria molina. >> she is tracking a storm that is bringing snow and freezing rain to the country. >> good morning heather and ainsley. the storm system has started to produce areas of heavy snow. reports of more than 6 inches over parts of minnesota, parts of the dakotas and even into wyoming. several inches have taken up with the storm system. we are expecting a lot more snowfall in addition to what we have already seen. some spots could take up to 18 inches of snow on top of what you have already received out here. parts of the midwest expecting some of you 6 inches of snow. winter storm watches as well in
figuring out ways to tip the delivery man. and here is an inquisitive sea eagle who has sticky hands stealing a park ranger's video camera. the camera was discovered 70 miles away from its original location in tact. they got to see a true bird's eye view complete with a selfie. >> and i'm ron burgundy. thanks for joining us tonight. >> and willer er ier i ferrell burgundy. >> it's not too often you can call a sheriff's deputy a dumby and get away with it. i have. >> television screens in north dakota north dakota provided the perfect warm up. ron seemed to have trouble staying out of shot and staying professional. >> are you married? >> no. >> well, i am so don't get any ideas. >> but he wasn't the one struggling to stay in character. >> what? >> man. >> come again? >> thank you for watching abc news. world news now is coming up soon with overnight breaking news. as always we're online at abc news.com. good night. ...are the hands that do good things for the whole community: the environment, seniors, kids, and animals. that's why we created the share the love event. by the end
is aiden, liam, lucas and noah. take a look at this. in austria, a sea eagle added new meaning to the phrase " bird's eye view " when it took off with a camera. the camera had been placed by a park and wildlife rangers near a river to capture pictures of freshwater crocs. the bird flew some 60 mi. before sending the camera down. you could see it appearing to pose for a selfie as its pecks at the camera. the theft happened back and make a mobile workers recently found a camera which recorded the entire incident. a subaru... ...are the hands that do good things for the whole community: the environment, seniors, kids, and animals. that's why we created the share the love event. by the end of this year, the total donated by subaru could reach 35 million dollars. you get a great deal on a new subaru. we'll donate 250 dollars to a choice of charities that benefit your community. it feels good to be a helping hand. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channe
labor union federation of red eagle has decided to demand a rise in basic paid for the first time in five years. you'll meet the demand that next year's wage negotiations the federation made the decision after considering the increase in consumption tax from five to eight percent scheduled for april. corrupt society will produce confusion. it really does fill to increase along with the rise in prices pringle will also try to improve working conditions of non regular workers to account for nearly forty percent of the workforce. it plans to encourage the production of rules to help them convert to full time employees unions that are members of gringo will submit their demands based on these policies to their company's management by february. usa today retailers may face growing government pressure to collect sales taxes. even in states where they have no physical presence. the us supreme court has declined to hear amazon dot coms appeal the company sought to overturn a two thousand and eight new york state law that requires online retailers to collect the sales tax. amaz officials h
how the world looks from down there? no, you don't. like hawks and eagles, whose backs one seldom see because most of the time, they hover above you. i was born in a hut. i lived there with seven brothers and sisters and a pig, out there in the grey fields where never a tree grew. but from the window, i could see the wall of his lordship's park with apple trees growing above it. it was a garden of paradise. and there stood many evil angels with flaming swords to guard it. but despite them, i and other boys found a way into the tree of life. ah, you despise me now? oh, i suppose all small boys steal apples. oh, yeah, you can say that, but you despise me. however, one day, i went in there with my mother to weed the onion beds. on one side of the garden, there was a turkish pavilion under the shadow jasmine trees, covered in honey suckle. i've never seen such a building. what could it be for? people went in and came out again. and then one day, the door was left open and i crept in. i saw the walls hung with pictures of kings and emperors. and there were red curtains at the windows with
in the eagle conservatives into the products due to the warm weather condition the products in with the gophers services have been taken off the shelves and manufactures are to face fines from the health bureau how do i condone county conducted an inspection. over forty when types of rice and noodle products and found that anti catholic with attitude i get the project it was the lethal products were mostly sold in traditional my kids and my kids owned by farmers associations. according to colonel asked preserve it as i'm not allowed to be added to my pseudo projects and the bill has demanded the contaminated products be taken off the shelves. the health village basic unexpected manufacturers five manufacturers been located again to a city park to wait p miller county the manufacturers and that it's the small amount of chris everett and swear at it in the noodle products the way to research the context of warm weather condition. if the us that the wet noodle is turned sour with the six hours at room temperature and consumers which suggests that smell that when purchasing price would do little pr
that the cool kids shopped at target. if you look across this, let's look at american eagle and they have all been killed this year. it is a regional problem and it speaks to what they are struggling to. they have these, age nine, some of these other companies that are bouncing back and there's a lot of competition. you can't have these brain lasses. neil: this is the stuff you guys will be watching tomorrow. and some will pounce on it when you do. what do you think? >> i hate to be the debbie downer, but some people don't follow the job support. what it does is it tracks the and i want to see what corporations are laying off, and i want to see if they are continuing to lessen their layoff. and it's picking up steam, and it certainly not off the map. neil: we are seeing something here. >> yes, i think we need to look at the real numbers. it's just like actual companies telling what they are laying off four. it's real information. and i think it's a little bit part of the economy. the good news is that the layoffs are down from last year. and we will see that trend continues into the holiday s
an eagle eyes out of said that the government demonstrated tolerance to the protesters however he warned the demonstrators about the responsibility for their actions. it teaches you a certain political forces without any constructive play and pushes protests and violence. the little store my ministry buildings which hinders the work of government agencies. it is a criminal offense. i want to ask you so called leaders of the street protests. the one taking responsibility for these actions the protesters continued to storm the building of the ukrainian cabinet of ministers on wednesday the deputies from the opposition parties said that they would not work and to the government resigns the speaker of the faculty of the bout was forced to close the meeting the passenger train derailed in bangladh in these four people were killed and over fifty injured. the accident happened because some unknown people dismantled the rails the law enforcement officers reported the rest of two suspects. the accident took place on the backdrop of the transport blockade the clear by the bangladesh nationalist pa
but it was on the other end of the train. we are joined by our legal eagle panel. could it be now that the onus is going to be on the mta, the train company? >> we have causing -- don't break out the latin words on me. >> thanks d s dug. >> it is how you hold the company responsible for the conduct of the employee. if they are outside the scope of the employment then you can't hold them responsible. >> i'm a bus driver and i park the bus and i go off to buy donuts and something happens. >> this man allegedly fell asleep and there were other factors that point to the mta as well. you mention them being on one side and not the other. if they knew that they needed the alerter system. then they don't put it in one side or the other when the train goes back and forth like this. here is my question for you, keith, which is could this engineer, be building some sort of a defense here? could he be prosecuted? could he say look, i fell asleep. could that change a charge against him? >> voluntary manslaughter. what was he doing in the hours and the days leading into that work shift. but if he was sleep deprived h
. over in australia, a sea eagle ste a ranger's camera, filmed his 70 mile flight, and snapped a selfie. while baby evie stole her mom's cell phone and filmed a video selfie. back to those detroit dancers. so kimmel had them on for round two. and he called it as a tie. that was the instant index. i'm nick watt. >> and next tonight, america's most outrageous anchor man is back. coming up. my boyfriend has a lot of can't-miss moments. i checked out the windows phones and saw the lumia 1020 has 41 megapixels. so i can zoom way in even after i take the picture. and i can adjust the shot before i take it so i get it exactly how i want. so, i went with a windows phone. maybe i just see things other people don't. ♪onestly ♪ i wanna see you be brave ♪ you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec-d®. powerful relief of nasal congestion and other allergy symptoms -- all in one pill. zyrtec-d®. at the pharmacy counter. when i first felt the diabetic nerve pain, of course i had no idea what it was. i felt like my feet were going to sleep. it progressed from there to burning like i was
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it as orderly as possible. a. >> they arrived in coeur d' alene and eagle city in 1884 and he came over from thompson falls montana. he heard about a gold rush. people would find money and gold lying on the ground. everybody was coming from all over the country because of the railroad. they make it display in the papers all over the country about how wonderful the gold rush was and they were trying to build up their clientele and their trains. that was the reason they did that. when he got here it was the worst winter they had since god knows when but it was 30-foot
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. this was philadelphia as the eagles played the i willons during a sunday snow bowl. and that is just part of the system. here is a look from above. it's a combination of snow, ice and rain that's been wrecking cars, diverting flights and creating a general mess. we begin in washington with jeff pegues. >> reporter: in stadium as long the east coast today the players on nfl teams weren't just tackling each other, they had to take on weather conditions as well. >> calvin johnson make the the catch. >> clearing the snow on an nfl field is easy compared to getting the roads primed and ready for a storm that one virginia official called an historic ice event. in westminster, maryland, salt truck kos not match the storm's intensity. this pickup truck slid off the road and it was going to take a lot more than this to get it back on track. in northern virginia it's rocco's job to keep traffic moving even in icy conditions. >> yes, the temperatures continue to drop, our concern in-- intensifiesment we have almost 2,000 vehicles out there in northern virginia. we're monitoring the situation both through cameras
a newly wed couple did. we'll tell you who confessed. check out these images from the eagles lions game in philadelphia. the snow began falling an hour before the game and it is still coming down. forecasters are calling for three to six inches of snow and sleet. in the dallas area ice and snow continue there. tractor trailer lined up. bogged down by icy and slik highways there. we have team coverage of this storm. so this snow and ice not just causing problems in the northeast, things are backed up in the country. so, lots of delays there? >> yes, there are a number of delays now. some of the airlines started delays flights within the last hour. we started to see people who had checked in. i talked to a woman at 2:00 for a 9:00 flight who had already been delayed. what we are seeing the worst of in philadelphia. the average wait time there is an hour and 43 minutes. they are all starting to see delayed flights. the problem has been with inbound flights. we are seeing more delayed inbound flights that is a slowdown to the monday morning commute. the worst of it so far has been in dallas
is buried backwards of. >> reporter: the snow didn't keep the philadelphia eagles or the detroit lions off the field, but the powerful winter storm that's been moving across the country is wreaking havoc on roads and at airports where thousands of flights have been delayed or canceled. the dangerous mix of freezing rain, sleet and snow hit much of the southwest pushing north. it's expected to leave up to 1/2-foot of snow in pennsylvania, delaware and southern new jersey. the potent system caused power outages across the southeast with icy conditions expected through monday from texas to ohio to tennessee. >> it's like a one-two punch, cold air to the north, warm air to the south and it creates a very dangerous mixing line of ice and rain and the mix is almost more dangerous than straight snow. >> reporter: the wintery mix has hit new york where the snow is expected to turn to rain before temperatures go back up to the high 40s. the storm stranded drivers on icy texas highways saturday, 400 flights scheduled to depart dallas/fort worth canceled sunday as was the dallas marathon. car crashe
por las bajas temperaturas, vean esta imagen del juego de detroit lions y eagles de philadelphia, el encuentro siguo, a pesar del mal tiempo, aunque se trataba de limpiar el terreno, la nieve seguÍa cayendo. hoy domingo, cuando todos paran por el fÚtbol americano, no se paralizÓ ni por la fuerza de la madre naturaleza. >>> las condiciones heladas durarÁn desde texas, ohio y tennessee, se advierte de la llegada de una tormenta de nieve en la regiÓn de apalaches, en la 81. mucha precauciÓn en este comienzo de semana. lourdes regreso contigo a lo este estudio. >>> vamos a monterrey, nuevo leÓn mÉxico. nos trae lo mÁs reciente de Él homenaje a jenni rivera. teresa adelante. >>> sÍ, gracias lourdes, en un par de horas, comenzarÁ el concierto. lupillo rivera cantarÁ en honor a su hermana jenni, en iturbide. otro gran homenaje organizado por el resto de la familia rivera. >>> maribel flores es fan de jenni rivera desde el principio de su carrera, tiene el boleto para el concierto de monterrey, y la serenata en iturbide. >>> quÉ significa para usted estar en ambos conciertos? >
were played in the snow today including this detroit lions/philadelphia eagles game. >> those guys are rugged guys. that's what makes football seem like the tough sport that it is. >>> for us temperatures in the 20s tonight. protect the pets, plants and we'll make it through. temperatures will be mostly in the 30s and 20s tonight, 23 degrees in santa rosa, record territory, 24 forecast overnight low at travis air force base at fairfield and 27 degrees at livermore. it will be down to 30 in san jose. so this cold snap is still in full force even now and it's -- what time is it? it's about 10 minutes to 7:00 and it's 38 degrees already at concord, livermore 47 degrees, 41 san jose. if you're heading out, it's going to be chilly tonight. wind speeds are beginning to die down to the 5 to 10-mile an hour range and the temperatures come down with them. so a chilly night and the clear skies aren't helping. by 8:00 tonight readings will be in the 30s inland and around the bay and the coast in the low 40s. so real cold weather is continuing in the bay area by california standards, but we wi
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, and they can clinch home field by winning out. right now the eagles lead the east, and the lions lead the north. but tomorrow night's cowboys/bears game will have an impact on those races. so we bring in tony dungy from new york. tony, what did you take away from -- it was a remarkable day of football in both conferences, but what do you take away from today in the nfc? >> tony: well, bob, i would really look out for the green bay packers. as crazy as it sounds, they're way down in the tenth slot right now, but they only have six losses. they have a tie, and if they get aaron rodgers back and they can win out, they can get to 9-6-1, they would beat out all the 9-7 teams. i think green bay is in a much better position than many people think. >> bob: yeah, and philadelphia did them a favor today, coming from behind at home in the snow and beating the lions. now, in the afc, a bit more clarity as both denver and indianapolis have clinched playoff berths as of today while the patriots, bengals and chiefs are also well positioned to be playing in january. the most intriguing race is shaking up to be
in philadelphia where the eagles faced the lions. the field had so much snow that fans could not see the line marker and at times could not even see the ball. >>> the san jose city council is scheduled this week to consider new rules that could cut the number of medical marijuana dispensaries in the city. those regulations would include banning regulations. >>> a good will gesture fueled by faith as three sikh families handed out thousands of coats and jackets to those in need. the family's purchased the goods and brought them to st. vincent dupaul. the coats and jackets along with beanies socks were handed out to everyone in need. >> that's the main fundamental of our religion is to share with the less fortunate. >>> two of the families that made the coat give away possible live in tracy, the third lives in union city. the families say this is their first give away in the bay area but it is their 15th give away in northern california. >>> a generous group of bay area bikers is helping children who will have to spend the holidays in the hospital. ktvu's alex savidge shows us what they droppe
between the eagles and detroit lions was played in near whiteout conditions. in maryland, a pickup truck slid off the road, and the snowy icy conditions hit new york but is expected to turn to rain later this morning. >> seemed like there was ice, snow, and then ice again. >> reporter: this is the same storm that blanketed the southwest. the massive weather system left icy texas highways almost abandoned. the storm has severely hampered air travel. more than 3,000 flights nationwide were canceled yesterday from dallas to philadelphia, and thousands more delayed. power outages continue in the south and midwest, leaving tens of thousands without heat to face arctic-like temperatures. yesterday's annual christmas parade in baltimore was canceled, and this morning drivers from philadelphia to new england are being warned to take it easy. anne-marie? >> good advice. marlie hall here in new york. thank you, marlie. >>> well, meteorologist megan glaros of our chicago station wbbm has been following this storm. >> areas that were hit by heavy snow overnight now transitioning to a wintry mix, whi
. >> reporter: the snow didn't keep the philadelphia eagles or the detroit lions off the field but the powerful winter storm that's been moving across the country has been wreaking havoc on roads and airports where thousands of flights have been canceled or delayed. the dangerous mix of freezing rain, sleet and snow blanketed the southwest and then pushed north and east. it's expected to leave up to a foot of snow in pennsylvania where a multicar pileup left one person dead. car crashes in other states took at least six more lives. >> it's almost like a one-two punch. there's cold air to the north, warm air to the south and it creates a very dangerous mixing line of ice and rain. the mix is almost more dangerous than straight snow. >> reporter: the wintry mix has hit new york where the snow is expected to turn to rain before the temperatures go back up into the high 40s. the vast storm left icy texas highways almost abandoned. >> seemed like there's ice, snow and ice again. >> reporter: it also stranded thousands of the dallas fort worth airport and briefly grounded planes in philadelphia. powe
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, it included eagles game in philadelphia, turning it into a "snow bowl." there are bullish bets for natural gas. gas, energyatural futures were lower across the board with gold and metals higher on that weekend -- weakened dollar. and we are seeing hedge funds the least bullish on gold since 2004. ,et long positions in gold fell more than in five years, according to trading data last month. this was within half a percent of the record reached in july. lookinge, analysts were at the oil prices falling for a second week, it as they boost the oil supply. the bullish bets on oil are the most since july. >> su keenan, thank you. nigeria has developed considerable wealth for a small percentage of its population, and the high level of wealth has led to an increasing appetite for luxury brands. bloomberg's tom gibson reports. these sparkling watches are not in the shop windows of london or zÜrich. is the largest city in nigeria. here, the wealthy used to have to go abroad for luxury staples. now, big brands come to them. >> it is a big luxury for the brands to be here. end, butat the highest there is
satisfaction when he discovers that the eagle's back is scabbed. right. that there's black around the fingernails. yes. that the white skin is only makeup. right. it's--his complexity is the dichotomy of-- about position and class, shared by many who seek to lift themselves, particularly from the most humble beginning and where the ambition is highest. so the loathing and liking exist side by side, the envy and despising at the same time. there is also the simple satisfaction of if you are, if you are-- the control. --if you are handsome and attractive and know that you are. the satisfaction that comes from seducing someone successfully has its own ends, which has got nothing to do with the other person at all. hmm. but i wanted to die beautifully and pleasantly and without any pain. and then i remembered that it was dangerous to sleep under an elder bush. and we had a big one in flower. i stripped it of everything it held, and then i lay down in the oat bin. have you ever noticed how beautiful oats are, soft to touch like human skin? well, i shut the lid and i closed my eyes and
him two weeks go? this was the same team that caught that hail mary pass two weeks ago. >> war eagle. >> war eagle. >> thank you, josh. >> that energy, i don't know how to top it. let's talk about weather. if we had a hurricane to talk about, it would be just as excited. my goodness. we have a new winter storm. 12 states under some sort of winter storm advisory. or warning. i'm showing you them here. and how much snow and where does it fall? i'm going to leave you with that. some of the mountain areas get up to two feet. great for skiers. not so great for driving around on the road. your local forecast coming up in 30 seconds. >>> and coming up on "gma," startling new allegations in the case of the newlywed charged with pushing her husband off a cliff just days before her trial begins. >>> are you ready for megamonday? biggest "deals & steals" live event, ever. tory johnson will be along with so much more. over the age of three have gum disease? so give your dog dentastix® as part of their oral care routine. dentastix® treats have a unique texture that's clinically proven to reduce
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and a half inches of snow fell forcing the ground stop for flights. the storm didn't stop eagles fans from watching their team beat the detroit lions or at least trying to watch. >> the forecast today for snow and sleet, not a blizzard. >> it fell so fast and heavy it was tough you to make out the players or the field. winter may still be two weeks away, but this early blast has some wishing the season was over. >> i don't like the snow. i don't like it at all or the ice. i prefer summertime when it's warm. >> reporter: even though the snow for the most part has stopped, officials are warning drivers to remain cautious. the slick conditions and freezing rain are expected to continue through most of the day. charlie and norah. >> jenn thank you. in north texas where this storm began melting ice and snow causing new problems. sheets of ice came crushing down on an suv outside a building in plano, texas near dallas. no one was injured. 1300 flights are cancelled today. many are in dallas. bad weather is expected another day or so. meteorologist meagan is tracking the sto
're struggling. >> a lot of guys buy tools there still. >> american eagle, shares down as the company reports third 68% on arofit tumbling 6% revenue drop. and american eagle lowering its profit outlook for the rest of the year as it resorts to heavy discounting to pull in shoppers. pac sun. b.ril he y likes pac sun. >> it's ironic all the names are losers on a day when the market up is. but another one, big lots, 13% as theing closeout retailer provides a lower-than-expected guidance. lots also announcing plans -- there's the closing bell. exiting the canadian market operates 73 stores. .> we have to make up ground >> we're coming up on our number day.tock of the intel up more than 2% for the dow.st gain in the stability and corporate demand the chipmaker. and here we are closing out the session here pretty significant near the highs of the session. it looks like we're ending up almost 200 points on the dow. points, gain of better than 1% on the s&p. 29 of the 30 dow components all trading higher today. biggest rally we've seen for the market in a month. we should point out that all of that
. the sea eagle carried the camera about 70 miles before dropping. >> the bird even poses for a selfie at the end here. pretty cool. the camera was originally set up to record crocodiles and the rangers say they plan to bolt it down from now on so something like this doesn't happen again. >> just getting in on social media probably. document the trip. >>> that is all for now. thanks for watching. >> abc 7 news at 5:00 begins right now with breaking news. >>> that's right, and that breaking news a search for a plane out of san jose, a family on board when the plane disappeared in heavy snow in idaho. >>. >> meantime weather here fog and sun in the bay area. and all sun in santa cruise. but g santa cruz. but it's all about to change. >> and we'll go from comfortable to very cold. i'll let you know where a freeze watch is going up and when coming up. >>> and back to school for bay area teenager burned on a bus. it is a big step. >>> good evening, everyone. that breaking news we are learning more details now on the breaking news we first brought you on abc 7 news at 4:00 on the single engi
's not the way he was monday morning at 6:00 a.m. thank you very much, robert. go auburn. >> thank you. war eagle. >> thanks, zeke, good to see you, too. >>> this thursday we have an msnbc exclusive chris matthews with president obama. chris will be interviewing the president as part of the "hardball" college tour thursday on msnbc. >>> new details now emerging about the driver who was in control of the train that derailed north of manhattan killing four people, injuring dozens more. engineer bill rockefeller told ntsb investigators he, quote, lost focus moments before the crash. reporting his shift changed to early mornings a few weeks ago. as ntsb continues their investigation, there's little doubt that speed contributed to the crash. data from the two black boxes showed the commuter train was traveling at 82 miles an hour. that's nearly three times as fast as it should have been going. ntsb looking into the issue of equipment failure. u.s. congressman, member of house that committee joins me now. congressman, thank you very much. this tragedy, four people dead including a member of the nbc fam
your not impressed. will farrell's newsman alter eagle. ron burgundy has dominated the airwaves. the physical character had a major real word impact on advertising for the companies clever enough to partner with him, why everyone is banking on burgundy is our markets expert, peter, the clips are funny. he is everywhere. he has a ben & jerry's flavor, scotchy, scotch, scotch. and doing the dodge during an -- ad, is there a fear of over exposing. >> i am actually wearing liz wear his cologne, i cleared out the news room. it is brilliant. the creativity that comes with ferrell going out, and becoming a character, and naming a journalism school after him for a day, it goes on and on, they are having fun with this. the studio itself did not give nim what they wanted for the budget, maybe they make it up in the merchandising and this other branding they are doing. with ron burgundy. melissa: i guess he is getting a piece of the merchandising, that is why it's world of it to him, with the dodge, he goes out and does those ads, they are not paying him, he wrote them, he did them. and it
. >> yeah. the redskins, ravens, eagles, all have games impacted by this weather. looking quiet from boston to new york to washington. that will change. this snow-and-ice show is a one-day event and it's really just tomorrow. in washington you can see the heaviest, which is white. in roanoke to richmond, i had much -- i-81 may see the heaviest accumulation. ov overnight tomorrow night into monday may see snow. that's the biggest difference between this ice event and yesterday's, temperatures have been holding so cold. that will not be the case along the eastern sea board. by monday everybody will be in the 40s so whatever ice there is will melt. the watch starts in the morning by 11:00 or 12. snow and sleet to start. by the afternoon and evening, changing over to freezing rain and sleet. on the haul maybe one to two inches of snow, a quarter of inch of ice possible in washington. philadelphia and afternoon it begins to move in, snow and sleetly nighttime, we'll see a change over to rain as temperatures begin to come up, maybe see a snow/sleet accumulation of an inch, in new york city dry un
and eagles in the morning game, followed by the 49ers and seahawks and then the ot on fox. you can see the point after after that. all here tomorrow on channel 2. that is it for this saturday inside sportswrap. see you tomorrow night at candlestick. >> should be a good one. thank you. thank you for making ktvu your source for news. join ktvu mornings at 7:00 a.m. for the overnight news and we're always here for you on good morning nelly! woah. hey! have you ever tried honey nut cheerios? love 'em. neat! now you on the other hand... you need some help. why? look atchya. what is that? you mean my honey wand? [ shouting ] [ splat ] come on. matter of fact. [ rustling ] shirt. shoes. shades. ah! wow! now that voice... my voice? [ auto-tuned ] what's wrong with my voice? yeah man, bee got swag! be happy! be healthy! that's gotta go too. ♪ hey! must be the honey! [ sparkle ] sweet. >> on today's show, tv's most devious housemaid, plus, peru's number one surfer. and later, a soap opera actress who breaks the mold. all this only on "american latino tv." >> ♪ upside your head inside yourse
of pittsburgh. >>> he sunk two eagles in the last nine holes to end the day with a 65. that's 20 you understand overall. overnight jamie donaldson finished second with sergio garcia. the check is the biggest prize and the win is his 15th european title. >>> miguel jiminez is setting a new milestone on the european tour. he broke his own record as the tour's oldest winner at 49. he wong at -- won at the hong kong open. he finished with a 12 under total of 268. >>> to the other end of the age spectrum now, the teenager lydia coe has won her first tournament as a professional. she has won the world ladies match in taiwan. back in january 2012 as an amateur she was the youngest ever person to win a pro event and she won the nfw open at the age of just 14. >>> horse racing now. he won the luke kaifb hong kong cup. it was ridden by doug lass white of south america. the hong kong cup is the world's richest turf race with the first prize worth $2.86 million: there's much more sport on our website. there's also details there on how to get in touch with our team using twitter and facebook. that's all for
. the philadelphia eagles won, by the way, 34-20 over detroit. both teams are winners when you think about what they played in. the highway patrol says eyes and bad visibility to blame in this pile-up in milwaukee countiy, wisconsin. 18 wheelers jack knifed and cars smashed into them. more than 40 vehicles wreck individual. police up and down the shore of lick michigan are advising people, guess what? stay home. >>> headed toward the east coast now, it is not wisconsin cold, but it is certainly nasty. 31 degrees and freezing. it is making for an interesting day at reagan national airport and that's where we find our erin mcpike. people are still encouraged their flights will get out, but how many flights are actually stuck right now? >> reporter: well, we've got a lot of freezing rain coming down right now, deb, which we've had for the past couple of hours and because of that freezing rain u.s. airways especially which cease a lot of air traffic coming in and out of this airport has cancelled a number of the flights this afternoon and this evening and there are also a number of delays. we've se
reggie bush hurt in warmups. players from both teams huddled around portable sideline heaters. eagles won the game. >>> in baltimore, the ravens won their game as two -- temps were colighting. it was icy and snowing. the player had a hard time standing. vikings running back adrian petersen hurt his ankle. >>> and if you have any wild pictured or videos with weather, sent them to us. it looks pretty outside, but it can be dangerous. be safe when you snap. >>> a new warning about just how big a threat irans nuclear program poses to world peace. benjamin netanyahu says they must be aware of iran's true intentions. and the only way to get peace is to demand the constant threat. >> i'm saying what is required is not nearly a shift in iran's capability to produce nuclear weapons, but also a demand to change its jen sidal policy. >> netanyahu's comments coming one day afternoon the concerns of barack obama. he said the chances of reaching a final comprehensive agreement are less than 50-50. conner powell with more tonight from jerusalem. >> a day after barack obama -- israeli prime minister benj
straight win for the eagles. they go from worst to first in the nfc east. >>> sharks-wild, just enough to tell you that they wrapped up a rough four-game road trip in minnesota. 3rd period they pull the goalie and marlowe scores to cut it 2- 1 so the empty networks. but it back fires here with six seconds to go. zach, his second goal of the game. sharks lose 3-1 and they go 1-3 on that road trip, vicki. >> and that will wrap it up for us. stay connected with kron 4 and get the latest developments on kron4.com. [ laughter ] he loves me. he loves me not. he loves me. he loves me not. ♪ he loves me! that's right. [ mom ] warm and flaky in 15, everyone loves pillsbury grands! [ girl ] make dinner pop! [ female announcer ] holiday cookies are a big job. everything has to be just right. perfection is in the details. ♪ pillsbury cookie dough. make the holidays pop! >>> "e.t." >> "e.t." uncovers new evidence that may reveal how fast paul walker's car was going just before the crash. i'm rob marciano. the first image of the porsche seconds before impact. i'm standing in the spot where walke
three simultaneous snow games in the lions/eagles game, detroit had seven fumbles in the 34-20 eagles victory. the other snow games were also relatively high-scoring. the journal reports that an average of 53.8 combined points in these games was more than any other snowy sunday since 1991. >> wow. >>> speaking of the weather, flightaware.com reports 1,300 flights have been canceled today. for more on where it's headed next, we are joined by jim cantore of the weather channel. and, jim, it looks like a lot of areas on the east coast have been getting pretty rough mornings and rough commutes. >> yeah. we're on the northern fringe up here in andover, massachusetts, which is about 25 miles north of boston. 93 moving nicely behind me. a lot of people watch the weather religiously. at 5:30 this morning, that was the same traffic we had here on this interstate. not surprising people getting out and getting things done early. by the way, the 1,300 flights you mentioned canceled today nationwide, 700 of them are once again out of dallas and mostly american flights. so huge problems continue in
at the lion's eagles game in philadelphia. look at that. >> in plano, texas look and listen to this. sheets of ice coming off of a
it just bam, hit us and i'm slipping and sliding. >> the philadelphia eagles and the lions played in near white out conditions. crews worked through the game to clear the field. and the storm charging up the east coast is dropping snow and freezing rain. new york, boston, and big cities farther north are preparing for bad weather today. >>> happening today, san diego's embattled former mayor is expected to be sentenced on sexual harassment charges. as part of a plea agreement, bob filner will get three years probation and three months of home confinement. he'll also have to undergo mental health treatment. filner resigned in august after more than a dozen women accused him of making unwanted advanced toward him. in october he pleaded guilty to felony false imprisonment and misdemeanor battery charges. >>> a san francisco murder suspect is due in court today, 21-year-old ronny collins is charged in the shooting death of a man december 1. he lured the victim to san francisco by offering to buy a video game console for him. the victim had posted the play station 4 for sale online. >>> in oth
and vikings in that game and what we saw with the lions and the eagles. another storm system is headed this way. that's where the weather channel's jim cantore joins me from andover, massachusetts. we have this ice storm out of the way, but this appears to be an appetizer. is that the best way to look at it? >> i think it was the main event and this is the dessert coming in. for much of the east. yesterday was a big time overachiever. we expected two to four inches in philly in parts of new jersey and northern virginia. we had as many as 13 inches. >> what was missed on this? >> i think sometimes you can get systems like this that are flat. it's not just one bigelow pressure system. sometimes the flat waves can give us a jolt. that just happened right over the northeast from about eastern kentucky to the east coast. atlantic city we had snow yesterday. these are overachievers. they went under the radar in terms of the forecast. that said, there is another one coming through utah to texas tonight. same areas again into kentucky and tennessee. it will be moving too fast to get a lot of m
eagle, delta, northwest a few years later, united, continual nenl, and southwest and air tran in 2011 and now that the air deal is done these new supersized american airlines, they reduced the amount of 7 carriers to just four today. and the key is is whether or not these four. obviously that e means less competition for some markets but what does it mean for overall markets? they go as fears the justice department. >> what does history tell us about that? >> according to a report issued by price waterhouse coopers, before the latest merger mainan began and 2007. 2011. what has changed is the number of fees that passengers don't have to pay for things like luggage. so overall the fees are actually larger, occupying a larger chunk of what the airlines have been doing to bring in money. >> sold its remaining stock in general motors, how did that bailout work out? >> so tony, the federal government essentially gave nearly $50 billion in a settlement. taxpayers got back nearly 'nother million, because gm was saved, and the value of the stock and whatnot. the united states government lost
was at philly. the lions lost to the eagles about look at the snow. thissen a small amount of snow. they got, depending on the area of pilly, somewhere around five to ten but you can see the pileups at the feet. they have to make the line markers so you can see the line so they can make calls. this next one, baltimore and minnesota, baltimore winning this one but minnesota is at baltimore so this is an outdoor game and it was challenging iful. this next one, the dolphins never played that well in the snow but did yesterday. they were at pittsburgh yesterday, and pittsburgh lost to miami 28-34. the snow was problem, but, well, the pittsburgh fans, you know that the real problem is. kind of like people in washington. rg3 did not have a good day. you wonder when this is going to pass for rg3. in the snow, kansas city had come to town, and, man, beat the rg3 out of them. 45-10. snow was big factor in a lot of games yesterday as we can see on the big wall. >>> younger north korean leader has turn on a member of his family. kim jong-un, you heard about him. but they're making moves in north korea
as the eagles do fly and beat detroit. >> that's my picture. >> this was the picture that jim was tweeted from his seat yesterday. >> i can't see sean. >> you don't have to worry about it. that's first quarter activity. the nfl stops for nothing. >> sean mccoy, 217 yards rushing, breaking a team franchise record, a record set in '49. >> one of the great things was his interview after. he said, i want to thank steve for putting that number up but records are made to be broken. he is a fabulous guy. >> it is fun to play in snow like that. >> the eagles have the fewest soft tissue injuries of any team. they had no one on injury. they have strength and conditioning. navy seal. never talk about plan. i saw mccoy in the summer. the practice ends and he is not quitting. he says, no, i want more practice. >> the punishing his body has taken. >> they got rid of andy reid's taco tuesday and fast food friday. they were doing snow angels. sorry, brent sellic, you got denied that touchdown. >>> speaking of the snow, the east coast is getting slammed by this snowy icy mix. a travel nightmare. more than 1,00
's too high. >> i've seen you watch an eagles game. >> during halftime i tweeted. >> really? >> i tweeted that i was looking at the charts. and i tweeted the mad money team in the box. but no. i do not tweet during the game because that's bad luck. that's bad karma. and remember, my karma, what i wear determines whether the eagles win or not. >> of course. >> except for one time when i went to tammy reed and i said she was the former eagles head coach's wife. i said the reason i wear is i wear number 87 every week. she said, i checked with the coach. he disagrees. it is weird even if it works. >> whatever you're doing, keep doing it. four straight. >> oh yeah. i'm wearing the silly hat, the jersey and the silly throwback jacket. >> breaking team records. >> just -- it's miraculous. it's miraculous. it's decker-like. >> four touchdown passes i believe. >> i'm raising price target decker. >> yeah. >> i'm going to buy, buy, buy josh gordon even though he's in cleveland. these are important recommendations i'm making right now. >> seriously, what a weekend in sports. >> sports is just -- but
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robert gibbs, congratulations on the auburn win, my friend. >> war eagle. >> after the break, without medicaid expansion certain states are shuttering hospitals and treatment centers leaving residents with no care at all. we'll discuss the human cost of ideological purity next on "now." and our networks are getting crowded. but if congress, the fcc, and the administration free up... more licensed wireless spectrum, we can empower more... people to innovate, create new technologies and jobs... and strengthen the economy. america is the world's leader in wireless. let's keep it that way. free up licensed spectrum today, so wireless... can do more for america tomorrow. all white meat chicken was made to be blanketed in golden breadcrumbs. with whipped mashed potatoes, topped with a thick homemade gravy. so she makes her country fried chicken to be eaten together. so they savor every last bite. marie callender's. that's a good thing, but it doesn't cover everything. only about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance pla
's eye view, a sea eagle stole a video camera leaving a trail of evidence across the landscape. wildlife rangers found the abandoned camera but no sign of the thief. >>> in washington, also on the animal front, the newest panda cub now has a name. in a ceremony celebrating the first 100 days as is tradition in china, zoo officials named the her name, bao bao, who just weighs a little -- [ male announcer ] this is george. the day building a play set begins with a surprise twinge of back pain... and a choice. take up to 4 advil in a day or 2 aleve for all day relief. [ male announcer ] that's handy. ♪ [ male announcer ] that's handy. on the table by not choosing the right medicare d plan. no one could have left this much money here. whoo-hoo-hoo! yet many seniors who compare medicare d plans realize they can save hundreds of dollars. cvs/pharmacy wants to help you save on medicare expenses. talk to your cvs pharmacist, call, or go to cvs.com/compare to get your free, personalized plan comparison today. call, go online, or visit your local store today. [ female announcer ] feed a man a co
's worrisome to people. i'm totally cognizant when i looked at the charts during the halftime at the eagles game, they took my breath away. stocks are relentlessly plugged higher. and pretty much at this point i think in an unnatural way. they need to cool off for a couple of weeks. and today felt like the beginning of a cool-off. you want to know if the sell-off will last? all you have to do is pay attention to tomorrow's resurge. if we get more downgrades like 3m, and they work, and we get nor internet downgrades and they move the stock lower, we'll go lower still. but if we get buy reiterations, they might stem the decline. research is that powerful. the buyers want reassurance to keep buying, not downgrade. you know what? i think the buyer is getting away. stay with cramer. >>> mad about "mad money"? immerse yourself into cramer's world while you watch the show with zeebox. on your phone, tablet, or on the web, get sneak peeks. go behind the scenes, and join the conversation. download the free app today for the ultimate cramerican adventure. in a world that's changing faster than ever,
with the virtual video game world. cape slate kron 4 news >> pam: in australia, a sea eagle added new meaning to the phrase "bird's eye view" when it took off with a camera. >> pam: the camera had been placed by park and wildlife rangers near a river to capture pictures of fresh- water crocodiles. the bird flew some 68 miles before setting the camera down! >> pam: you can see it appearing to pose for a selfie as it pecks at the camera. the theft happened back in may, but workers recently found the camera -- which recorded the entire incident! >> pam: top baby names have been listed this year sofia, isabella and mia most people have inspired their baby named spirit jackson and a then followed by lee m. lucas and noah that moss off the top five. rounds off the top five. >> pam: you will not want to miss sports like the train his radio partner at brand new show on kron with thick time interviews this thursday december 5th at 9:00 p.m.. >> pam: reports from norad say santa is getting a little extra security this year as he makes his rounds on christmas eve. >> pam: two fighter jets. >> pam: the n
want to tell you, we've got a big game sunday. my lion against your eagles. >> it's tight. -- i'm calling about lumber liquidators. i bought some shares back about a month ago, and now they've been hit with a class action suit with wall and proctor, and i'm thinking of cutting my losses and selling. >> i don't know, look, i've got to tell you, this is one of those high-growth stocks that will catch a bid as soon as we get interest rates that go appreciably lower, so let's not sell it now. lumber liquidator, i know it does have operational problems and it is growing like a weed, but i don't want you to jettison it right now. too low. >> let's go to ross in florida. ross? >> how's it going? >> pretty good, ross, how are you? >> i have a question about b & p. >> look. it's interesting.c p. >> look. it's interestinm p. >> look. it's interesting. noel people do not buy second tier. i'm not kidding, i would buy deere. you want to play that end of thing, let's buy deere and go 'noles. i covered football in 1977 and '78. pam in new jersey. pam! >> hi, pam, it's pam from new jersey, i ju
in places like the eagle ford shale, permian basin. it's a great place to start a new business. very business friendly. no wonder that tcbi has rallied 23% in the past few years. operating in austin, dallas, ft. worth, houston, san antonio, which also does personal banking for wealthy professionals and entrepreneurs and they have a lending business as well. and that's where tcbi lends money to other banks so they can in turn originate mortgages. when the company reported back in october, tcbi missed off 77 cent basis. but the underlying metrics were so strong, people saw through that. growing 10% year-over-year. total deposits up 33%, pretty staggering, stock jumped 12.4% the next day. bank's on fire. let's check in with george jones. he's the ceo of capital bank shares, learn more about where the company's headed. mr. jones, welcome to "mad money." how are you, sir? great to see you, sir. have a seat. how do you grow organically that kind of deposit base. is that because the economy really is booming down there? >> well, we're fortunate to be in texas for one thing, obviously. but i
this bird. >> beautiful bird, an american eagle. >> the two of you fly beautifully, mark shield, david brooks, thank you. >> woodruff: again, the major developments of the day: south africans celebrated the life of nelson mandela and mourned his passing. the government scheduled a memorial service for tuesday, with president obama and other world leaders attending. and u.s. unemployment dropped to 7% in november-- the lowest since 2008-- as employers added 203,000 jobs. on the "newshour" online right now-- a challenge for students. what were the world events that most affected you in 2013? using the story-telling tool meograph, students have the opportunity to create a zeitgeist project and win prizes from our partner, google. instructions on how to enter are on our home page. and monday on the show, we'll have a conversation with rock legend carlos santana, but you can check out a sneak preview online, where he tells us an endearing story about the time he spent with nelson mandela. that's on art beat. all that and more is on our website newshour.pbs.org. and a reminder about some upc
over the mountain and they came into eagle city in january of 1844. he gained fame for the gun fight in the ok corral in tombstone arizona. it was a famous movement. when he got to the camps, people knew him and voted him to be the sheriff. in 1882 is when gold was found in the mountains. it wasn't much there then. just him then. when we went to spokane he let them knew about gold. they went back to find more, but couldn't find it. the indians were gone. and in coeur d'alene there was nothing there. they had fort coeur d'alene here and that is pretty much all there was. trees and tents. the gold rush started in the fall season of 1883. that is when people started coming over here. they were coming from everywhere. of course in the west there wasn't much here. but people coming in and filing claims on property with snow on the ground. the people before them filled the same claims but the snow covered their claim markers. so the other people came in and reclaimed and they took it to court finally and gave it to the person with the lowest claim markers in the snow. herb came here as a s
the snow in the eagle bad business model country is suffering from without. in india. it was odd that the fall. that from my two thousand and six. the size of expediency diesel forces to confront and i did get up at the end it's up to the extent of the contras. it was not good marks from residences as well instead expert in cds of the tuna steak and foremost he's a clever and so does the deadwood on and walk outs unknown treasures to move into the automatic people might get women to men. didn't and it had ended. it is from medical bag each then of cause the small office of tongue probed and went to mt where the book where around. texas' has to move into the top says david mcleod said visits to this was inevitable but on ec will resume monday. but the excesses and aggressive attack on and on the stick what does like every human conflicts have received these as human problems. definitely will get to vegas. i'm excited because i did this only because france in two thousand and ninety one. as passive as prison tough minded an idea addicted in the distance did not decrease and it's di
in the eagles/lions game. ground crews did their best to improve the playing conditions but it was tough. the lions, they fumbled seven time in the game! neither team even dared try a field goal. now the weather, it did help facilitate some crazy finishes. in the span of 20 minutes, three games ended in wild fashion. vikings/ravens it was the craziest of them all and combined to score 36 points. this is going very fast because they scored 36 points in the final 2:05 of the game. the ravens got the last laugh scoring that touchdown with four seconds left. two minutes later, the steelers were desperately laterallying the ball around the field and antonio brown breaks free and looks like he scores the game winning touchdown but he stepped out of bounds! game over. dolphins win. ten minutes later in foxborough, the patriots capped off an amazing touchdown and they scored a touchdown and got the onside kick and scored another touchdown within 30 seconds and they beat the browns by one point. >>> out in sunny, los angeles, lakers fans revoice as kobe bryant made his triumphant return to action
. >> the eagles and lions played sunday afternoon football in near white out conditions. crews worked through the game to clear the field. the storm charging up the east coast is dropping snow and freezing rain, firefighters say black ice caused two dozen cars to pile up just outside of new york city and at least 44 people were taken to the hospital. >> here in the washington d.c. metro area the storm turned mostly to rain but if it gets colder freezing rain could start falling making for more treacherous driving conditions. the storm is part of a system that's been hitting much of the nation. it cancelled more than 2500 flights sunday and is causing more delays and cancellations for monday morning travelers. new york, boston and big cities farther north are preparing for bad weather that could disrupt the morning commute. susan mcginnis, cbs news, arlington, virginia. >>> hundreds of airline flights are already being cancelled for today. the most troubled airports right now are philadelphia international and regan national near washington. >>> president obama is making a long trip from washi
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